Some popular destinations in North
Charlotte, North Carolina is located close to the border of South Carolina,
just a three-hour drive to the beaches of the Carolinas or to the west, the
scenic mountains. You'll enjoy the rich history, arts, museums, attractions,
shopping, dining, culture and warm, southern hospitality. Charlotte
is the number one travel destination in the Carolinas.
No matter what time of year you plan to visit Asheville,
rest assured you will find plenty to do and see. The majestic mountains that
surround this area come alive with nature and beauty all year. The culturally
rich town offers an eclectic blend of music, art galleries, gift shops, and
Mountain National Park
With more than 10 million visitors a year, the
Smoky Mountain National Park is one of North Carolina's most popular destinations.
The park is vast, and most of it remains quilted in wilderness.
Wilmington & the Cape Fear Coast
Historic Wilmington and the Cape Fear Coast includes the historic city of
Wilmington and the island communities of Carolina
Beach, Kure Beach and Wrightsville Beach. Its
beautiful, uncrowded beaches and nearby estuarine reserves provide a true haven
for sunseekers, beachcombers and nature lovers, and a sportsman's paradise for
anglers, mariners and watersports enthusiasts.
Raleigh is North Carolina's capital city and home
to a number of colleges. Explore the three free state museums of art, history
and natural sciences. Stroll along the tree-lined streets of a Victorian-era
neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Outer Banks offer seventy miles of pristine white sand beaches
along the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the historic lighthouses, discover world class
ocean fishing, stroll the beaches, windsurf and sail. The Outer Banks is a majestic
land of beautiful, clean beaches, pristine wetlands, history, adventure, and warm